Where are open source learning applications?

Tony Karrer

Good post by Harold Jarche - Where are open source learning applications? In it he points to the learning space and says that the current status of open-source learning applications is: Innovators - Elgg Learning Landscape and several others Early Adopters - Moodle and a few others Early Majority - nobody Late Majority - forget about it I would tend to agree with him that there are relatively few open-source learning applications, but would add a few thoughts.

Top 10 eLearning Resources You May Not Have Thought Of

eLearning Brothers

This open source toolkit enables you to produce interactive learning materials in a productive online environment. Not everyone in eLearning is an audio engineer, so you probably have come across eLearning audio that needs some work. Audacity is a free eLearning tool that you can download and edit your audio. Wink is a freeware for creating tutorials and presentations aimed at instructing how to use software. Guest post by Robert Morris.

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The Role of SDK in eBook Reader Development

Kitaboo

Most open-source projects are developed under a Public Domain license to allow independent developers to contribute to the project. . It allows you to add various interactive features such as videos, audio, images, and more to make your eBooks more engaging.

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Top 10 Screen Recording Software for Windows

eLearning Brothers

100% freeware software. CamStudio is open source, free software, to create AVI videos of all audio and video activity on your screen. Ezvid is freeware video and screen capture software. Screenflow allows you to capture everything on your computer, including your entire monitor area, webcam, and microphone and computer audio simultaneously. recording computer audio requires Windows Vista or later. recording of computer audio.